The legal field is a challenging yet exceptionally rewarding profession. Veteran South Florida attorney Dave Markarian, managing partner at The Markarian Group, has seen it all and has many insights about the field, the growth of Palm Beach County, and more.
In this episode, Dave joins Cary Stamp to discuss the journey from law school graduation to managing a thriving firm of his own, as well as career stops along the way. He dives into key decisions that led to success, provides useful advice picked up from mentors, and discusses the challenges he overcame—all with the backdrop of the remarkable evolution of South Florida.
The type of opportunities that Dave yearned for in his early career days
How to find successful people who have valuable knowledge to share
Why Dave believes strongly in having young talent on your team
The importance of active civic and community engagement outside of work
And much more!
Tune in now as Dave Markarian shares life-changing experiences and the principles that guided him through a successful legal career.
Serving both Martin and Palm Beach counties, TCI Rood has established a reputation for excellence in the related fields of irrigation and landscaping, big businesses in South Florida.
In this episode, Cary Stamp is joined by guest Tom Balling, president and managing partner at TCI Rood. Tom discusses how he managed to merge two significant companies to form a thriving larger entity, and shares his experiences and views on other entrepreneurial ventures that are part of South Florida’s boom.
How Tom overcame the challenges of integrating two separate businesses
The keys to building a lasting business partnership
Tips for establishing a solid leadership team in your organization
How TCI Rood focuses its efforts on giving back to the community
Tune in now as Tom Balling shares his expert insights on building a thriving business.
Launching a business comes with multiple challenges and often requires considerable capital investment. Raymond Taylor says, don’t let that hold you back.
In this episode, Cary Stamp is joined by Raymond Taylor, founder of Excell Refrigeration. His life’s work has been building a business empire that now employs nearly 200 people, after starting with a small loan from his father. Raymond shares the major challenges faced during his early professional years, how he manages adversity, and the strategies used to grow his business.
Why Raymond describes himself as a “hands worker” – and how it has helped his business
The importance of using a formal training process for new hires
Approaches that helped Raymond improve his company’s marketing
How to build lasting relationships with customers as well as employees
Tune in now to learn how Raymond built a thriving Palm Beach County business over the decades.
Is it enough to transfer a lifetime of wealth to future generations of a family—or is it equally important for elders to pass on the history and core values of a family?
In this episode, Cary Stamp is joined by Peter Weisz, founder of Peter Weisz Publishing. Peter has written nearly two dozen biographies, helping people document their life stories in a manner that shines as a lasting legacy. Peter explains why people decide to tell their life stories, and how it helps pass family values and history to future generations.
How technology has made it surprisingly easy to write, publish, and distribute a book
Why a memoir is much more than just a litany of accomplishments
Three solid reasons to place values over valuables
How to use other tools to record your story
Tune in now to learn how to tell the story of your life in your own words.